13 March 2011

Amazon remembers

...and it comforts me beyond words.

You know how Amazon uses its freakishly accurate algorithm on your search and viewing history in that scary Big Brother kind of way?  Well, every time I log on (which is pretty often because, c'mon, I have a 5- and 3-year old...how am going to find the time and energy to shop in an actual brick and mortar store?), I'm presented with a bevy of magnificent cameras and lenses as well as photography and cinematography texts.

But not today!  Today, there was an odd man out.  It was Psychoanalytic Diagnosis: Understanding Personality Structure in the Clinical Process.  How magnificent!  It's been eons since I ran such a search, but Amazon remembers.  Amazon knew me before I started looking at the world through my lens.  It even knew me before I started chauffeuring the kids around from one playdate to another and back again.  It holds my history.  Regardless of where I may wander and how often that feeling of being lost may creep in, Amazon still holds my history.

And now for the unrelated photos...A1 requested a visual catalog of his Lego creations:

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